Episode 6: Graham Bell | NextAero

 
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On this episode of Start Up the Science, we spoke with AdMaCom alumnus, Graham Bell of NextAero!

NextAero believes that the space industry is ready for transformative technologies, where the innovation is done by those who use them. They design and build complete modular rocket propulsion systems. 

To get in touch with Graham, visit NextAero’s Website or visit his LinkedIn page. Alternatively, you could email us and we will gladly put you in touch with him personally.

For information on AdMaCom, visit inam.berlin/admacom or email us at admacom.info@inam.berlin!

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Episode 5: Mikkel Kongsfelt | Radisurf

 
Start Up the Science | Episode 5
 

We have Mikkel Kongsfelt, CEO of Radisurf, on this week’s episode of Start Up the Science!

Radisurf is rethinking adhesion technogology. They have created a nano-thin surface coating that can secure dissimilar materials together with an extremely strong and seamless bond that can withstand even extreme conditions.

To get in touch with Mikkel, visit Radisurf’s Website or visit his LinkedIn page. Alternatively, you could email us and we will gladly put you in touch with him personally.

For information on AdMaCom, visit inam.berlin/admacom or email us at info@inam.berlin!

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Episode 4: Aaike van Vugt | VSParticle

 
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We were very excited to speak with Aaike van Vugt from the startup VSParticle for this week’s episode of Start Up the Science!

If you’re sometimes confused with science jargon (like Christina!), this is the episode to listen to. Aaike makes material science easy to understand for everyone!

VSParticle was one the finalists of our 2017 Advanced Materials Competition. Why were they one of the finalists? Because VSParticle is actively making the manufacturing of nanostructured materials as easy as pushing a button, greatly reducing the development time of new materials and products for a sustainable future.

To get in touch with Aaike, visit their website or visit his LinkedIn page. Alternatively, you could email us and we will gladly put oyu in touch with him personally.

For information on AdMaCom, visit inam.berlin/admacom or email us at info@inam.berlin!

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Episode 3: Kim De Nolf | Qustom Dot

 
Start Up the Science | Episode 3
 

This week on Start Up the Science, INAM interviews Kim De Nolf from the startup Qustom Dot!

Qustom Dot was one of our top 10 finalists at our 2018 Advanced Materials Competition (AdMaCom). Kim and her team are working on improving LED lighting and displays by creating the most stable and Cadmium-free Quantum Dots on the market.

To get in touch with Kim, email her at Kim.DeNolf@UGent.be or visit her LinkedIn page.

For information on AdMaCom, visit inam.berlin/admacom or email us at info@inam.berlin!

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Episode 2: Dominic Roth | Stenon

 
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On this episode of Start Up the Science, INAM interviews Dominic Roth - the CEO & Co-Founder of Stenon.

Stenon is making big strides in the world of Agritech. With their sensor technology, you can analyse your soil as often as you like and receive immediate results with laboratory precision.

You can email Dominic at dominic.roth@stenon.io and visit their website at www.stenon.io

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Episode 1: Marcin Ratajczak | INURU

 
Marcin Ratajczak | INURU
 

On our very first episode of Start Up the Science, INAM sits down with Marcin Ratajczak, the CEO and Founder of INURU.

INURU makes inks that allow to print thin organic light emitting diodes with standard industry printing equipment. Learn more at www.inuru.com and email Marcin at ratajczak@inuru.de.

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